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Operational Intelligence

Maximize Your Data's Potential with Function1.

Function1 offers real-time Operational Intelligence for intricate, dynamic environments in order to gain visibility into business operations. Function1 will convert the extensive amount of machine-generated data your enterprise acquires on a daily basis into profitable business insight.

Our highly specialized Operational Intelligence team will benefit your organization by:

  • Deriving business understanding from machine data
  • Correlating events between different systems
  • Identifying outliers from historical trends
  • Minimizing detection times and quickly reacting to situations.

Through our partnership with Splunk, we deliver reports, alerts, and dashboards that capture, index, and correlate real-time data in order to generate graphs, reports, alerts, and visualizations based on your business and technical needs. Function1 deployments provide immediate value and will stimulate your organization to operate at peak efficiency.

Our Services

  • Installation and Upgrades

  • Health Checks

  • Data Onboarding

  • Dashboard & App Development

  • Education Services

  • Performance Tuning

  • Virtual Workshops

  • Consulting

Our Products

  • SplunkMobile

  • Oracle Weblogic App for Splunk

  • Symantec DeepSight Security Intelligence App for Splunk Enterprise

  • Red Hat Storage App for Splunk Enterprise

Our Partners

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Our Blog

Using HTTP Event Collector and Splunk Logging Driver to Gain Visibility into Your Docker Applications

February 9, 2017

Splunk is always looking for ways to make it easy for its users to collect machine generated logs to gain real-time visibility into their infrastructure and IT Operations. The traditional way of ... Continue Reading...

Collecting Data from ServiceNow in Splunk

January 19, 2017

Let's discuss how to collect data from your ServiceNow instance in Splunk. First, what is ServiceNow? ServiceNow is a maker of service management software that can be on-prem or in the cloud.... Continue Reading...

Adhering to least privilege in Splunk

December 13, 2016

Least privilege is a common security practice where systems allow users the minimum permissions necessary to operate. It prevents users from harming things they ought not harm. It is a great rule... Continue Reading...

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